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March 17, 2014
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Good response for 'Hungry Days' video

Ibo Fire

Talented Rastafarian singjay Ibo Fire is generating a huge buzz with the release of a video for his hard-hitting conscious Hungry Days radio hit.

The single, released last year on the Jamrock rhythm for the 12 to 12 Muzik label, has become a big favourite on FM radio, racking up spins on HITZ, IRIE, and RJR.

"I am getting a big response in the streets with the video. It a gwaan good on CVM and CVM Plus. Is a song that connect with the people who are struggling with high food prices. they especially love the line 'tribal war over food'. And now with the budget a go read, mi a advise the public fi brace themselves for the tribulations and famine that is about to come," Ibo Fire said.

Ibo Fire, real name Livian Farquharson, hails from Crofts Hill, Clarendon, but is now living in Kingston. Hungry Days will be the lead single for his debut EP, Gateway.

Ibo Fire spent years honing his skills, but it was only last year that he got the opportunity to release his first track. And he is running with this opportunity.

"Mi just glad that all the years of hard work are finally paying off. big up to Paul Mullings and 12 to 12 Muzik," said the 32-year-old, who has other singles such as Holding On, Shingling Sound, and Overcome.

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